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Be aware that there is 2 different replacement rockers. 1 is a slip on and the other is considered oem style. I have just replaced both rockers on the wife's ex. These were rusted out. I had to weld sheet metal in for the backside of both rockers. I have approx $250 in both oem style rockers, both doglegs (piece at back of rocker), and sheet metal for both sides. It took me about 1.5 - 2 months to get this done. I could only work a couple hours in the evenings and on Saturdays. This was my first time doing this. I started on the drivers side and learned as I went. Passenger side went much faster.